Stacey is experienced in working with older adolescents and adults. With a warm and compassionate nature and using a person-centred approach, she feels privileged to work alongside clients to identify and improve aspects of their life and mental health in line with their values.
She has a special interest in eating disorders having completed part of her clinical psychology training at a specialist eating disorder facility in Melbourne. Stacey also volunteered at Eating Disorders Victoria while completing her Masters research. She understands the need for empathic and collaborative care when providing treatment for these issues. In addition, she has experience working with mood disorders, anxiety, adjustment issues, perinatal issues and PTSD. She has worked in both private and not for profit settings.
With a passion for mindfulness-based therapies, Stacey is trained in a range of therapeutic approaches including cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) and motivational interviewing. Naturally curious and always striving to deliver the best for her clients, Stacey very much enjoys staying up to date with research and growing her knowledge through training. She is also interested in positive psychology and believes strongly in empowering people to identify and utilise their strengths.
Specialises in the treatment of:
- Eating disorders
- Anxiety Disorders
Can also help with:
- Relationship issues
- Perinatal mental health issues
- Grief and loss
- Stress management
- Adjustment to life events
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Stacey’s Mental Health Tip:
“We can develop resilience through building greater insight into our behaviour, being self-compassionate and better understanding our relationships.”